Rupa Shenoy Feature Archive

Officials say that they have recovered the weapon that killed Officer Tom Decker. A man who was a "person of interest" in the case and connected to the weapon fled as authorities attempted to question him and was later found dead. (01/04/2013)
Officials at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources say they have decided on a way to keep invasive Asian carp from traveling up the Mississippi River, and it isn't an electric barrier. (01/04/2013)
Minnesota's first managed wolf hunt ends Thursday. The Department of Natural Resources said hunters neared the quota of 400 wolves killed early in the hunt. (01/03/2013)
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says it's found two emerald ash borer-infested trees in the southeastern Minnesota city of La Crescent. (01/02/2013)
Several new state laws go into effect this week. Beginning Tuesday, all new school buses used in Minnesota must have a crossing control arm on the right front bumper that automatically extends whenever a bus is stopped. (12/30/2012)
State officials are hoping this New Year's Eve will be Minnesota's fifth in a row with no deaths caused by drunken driving. (12/30/2012)
U.S. Rep. Tim Walz, D-Minn., said he is willing to give ground on the income threshold for tax increases in a deal to solve the fiscal cliff crisis. (12/29/2012)
Hennepin County says it has saved nearly $54 million in interest and is on track to pay off its debt for Target Field years early. (12/29/2012)
The Minneapolis Fire Marshal says unattended candles caused a fire that destroyed a condominium building Friday morning in the city's Uptown neighborhood. (12/28/2012)
Amy Senser's attorney has filed an appeal to reverse her conviction on two counts of criminal vehicular homicide. (12/27/2012)
An unexpected donation could help the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities hold off cuts to programs and maintain its hours of operation. (12/26/2012)
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said she supports reauthorizing an assault weapons ban, but limiting the use of assault-style weapons and large ammunition magazines won't be enough to stop mass shootings like the one earlier this month in Newtown, Conn. (12/23/2012)
The rising number of weather-related catastrophes is fueling a growing interest in survivalism. That trend was on display over the weekend at a convention in Bloomington called the Survival Preppers Expo. Organizers said they were providing a resource for people who want to be prepared for a catastrophic emergency. (12/17/2012)
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reported fair driving conditions Saturday on wet roads throughout the Twin Cities. (12/15/2012)
Advocates for gun control gathered at a rally in south Minneapolis Friday evening. (12/14/2012)